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Thursday, March 24, 2022
7:00 p.m. EST

Join us for the 2022 Women’s E3 Virtual Summit recognizing African American women in the arts and culture, including television and film, visual art, music, spoken and written word and dance. The museum will elevate the platforms women have embraced, celebrate their influence as entrepreneurs, discuss how they are engaged in their communities and reveal how they empower and support other women, their families and the world.

 

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Past E3 Summits

3 past event(s)

Women's E3 Virtual Summit

2022 Women's E3 Virtual Summit -Join us for the 2022 Women’s E3 Virtual Summit recognizing African American women in the arts and culture, including television and film, visual art, music, spoken and written word and dance. The museum will elevate the platforms women have embraced, celebrate their influence as entrepreneurs, discuss how they are engaged in their communities and reveal how they empower and support other women, their families and the world.
Virtual

Free; Registration recommended

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Women’s E3 Virtual Summit

The National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) continues to support the crusade for women, many of whose stories are interwoven in all aspects of African American history and culture and throughout the museum. The 4th Annual Women’s E3 Summit will recognize African American Women in the Arts and Culture, including Television and Film, Visual Artists, Music/Spoken Word, Dance, and the Written Word. The program will elevate the platforms these women have embraced, celebrate their power as entrepreneurs; discuss how they are engaged in their communities, empower and support other women, their families, and the world.
Virtual

Free

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E-3 Women's Summit: Empowerment, Entrepreneurship, and Engagement

On June 7th, 2018, we launched our women’s initiative with a daylong meeting designed to explore and celebrate the contributions African American women have made to American history and culture. Oprah Winfrey delivered the keynote address.
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